Everything you need to know ahead of Boro’s Sky Bet League Two clash vs Leyton Orient at The Lamex Stadium…
Kicking off at 3pm on Saturday 23rd October, Alex Revell’s men are looking to bounce back to winning ways against Kenny Jackett’s East London O’s.
Supporters who purchase their tickets Online or In-Advance of a match will qualify for cheaper, ‘Online/In-Advance' prices. Those purchasing in-person on the day of the match (Via the Ticket Office) will be subject to 'Matchday/In-Person' prices.
All tickets must be purchased before reaching the Digital Turnstiles (open from 1.45pm) either online or from the North Stand Ticket Office.
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Following a high demand from the travelling support, Leyton Orient supporters - specifically families - can now purchase tickets in a segregated section in the West Stand.
As a result of this increased allocation, Stevenage supporters will not be able to purchase match tickets in seats 116 to 224 of the West Stand.
2021/22 Season Ticket Holders in West Stand seats 118 (inc. 117 rows BCDE) to 154 will be required to enter the stadium via the Foundation Learning Zone in the West Stand Car Park due to the current enforcement of the Red Zone. A pop-up tea bar and toilets will be available to those supporters within this area.
- Club Shop & Ticket Office…
The Club Shop is open from midday until kick-off, and briefly after the final whistle. Visit us for all your Stevenage FC merchandise needs, including the newly released 2021/22 Home Shirt.
The North Stand Ticket Office also opens at midday and closes fifteen minutes into the game to purchase tickets for Saturday’s game.
- Food & Drink…
The Broadhall Suite, located on the south-east corner of the stadium, opens from midday and welcomes both home and away supporters ahead of kick-off, and once again from 4.45pm until the slightly earlier time of 5.30pm.
New this season, The 76 Lounge inside the North Stand is open from 12.30pm for Matchday Hospitality Packages. Supporters can enjoy the build-up to the game with a two-course meal, cash bar and hosted interview with a First Team Player. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tea bars around The Lamex Stadium have now been installed with new payments systems, allowing supporters to pay with either cash or card when purchasing food and drink.
- Kids’ Zone…
The Kids' Zone returns to The Lamex Stadium for the 2021/22 season, packed with new fun & games for kids and families to enjoy ahead of kick-off! From a soccer speed cage to mini table tennis, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the build-up to the big game.
Also from the Kids Zone, purchase and collect your 2021/22 Junior Boro membership full with a Stevenage FC football, push popper, pen, drawstring bag, certificate, activity pack and one adult & child ticket to a home game of their choice.
- Supporters' Association 50/50 Draw...
As part of the Supporters’ Association’s commitment to providing support for Stevenage Football Club, the 50/50 Matchday Draw offers Boro fans the chance to help raise funds for the Club while being in with a chance of winning a huge cash prize every home matchday.
Draw tickets can be purchased for just £1 from various points in and around the ground, including The 76 Lounge, The Broadhall Suite and the West Stand Hospitality Boxes.
New this season, supporters can purchase their 50/50 Matchday Draw tickets both with cash and contactless payment around the ground.
Each 50/50 Matchday Draw winner will be announced through the PA System and on the scoreboard, as well as on www.sfcsa.co.uk.
The Stevenage Fun Fair is back in town this week, and therefore there will be restricted free parking available in Fairlands Valley Car Park for supporters attending Saturday’s Leyton Orient fixture.
Supporters are encouraged to use the various affordable pay & display options in the Town Centre and other methods of public transport. For all relevant information, including location and prices, please click here.
Please note, supporters are asked not to park in the nearby retail parks, on the grass verges or on residential streets.
Stevenage Borough Council operate parking wardens around the town and the retail parks all operate a penalty fine system on match days.
Ahead of arrival at The Lamex Stadium, please take a read of the Club’s 2021/22 Return Of Fans Code of Conduct. Additional entry procedures will be in place, therefore supporters are encouraged to purchase tickets online in advance and arrive early to prevent delays when entering the stadium.
Match tickets for Stevenage vs Leyton Orient are now available from www.borotickets.co.uk.